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Forbes Magazine: 100 Years Of Hits And Flops

July 1963: A Forbes cover story examines the evidence that tobacco causes cancer and concludes, “The U.S. tobacco industry is headed for trouble of a kind no other industry has ever seen.”
Forbes
added Sep 20, 2017 14:29
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[New York] Not so prim and proper after all! Edwardian ‘lads’ magazine’ shows turn of the century women downing booze, wrestling and even falling into bed together

Bifurcated girls shrugged off the morals of the Victorian age, which ended in 1901, and were picture smoking, downing booze and getting up to all sorts of raunchy acts
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Sep 15, 2017 01:35
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CHAPMAN: Fake news: is smoking really increasing in Australia?

The Australian newspaper ran a story guaranteed to go viral. The headline screamed: “More smokers lighting up, despite the costs”. The journalist, Adam Creighton, who has, grotesquely, written about tobacco control being like Nazism, reported on a claim b
Tobacco Control Journal blogs
added Sep 7, 2017 01:54
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CHAPMAN: Fake news: is smoking really increasing in Australia?

ON 14 August, 2017, The Australian newspaper...screamed: “More smokers lighting up, despite the costs”... Dr Mendelsohn is an enthusiastic proponent of e-cigarettes and appears to be using international comparisons to justify a call for making these more
doctorportal (Medical Journal of Australia) (au)
added Aug 28, 2017 04:59
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GLANTZ: Philip Morris’ claims about IQOS safety are attracting scrutiny

They are bad for health because they release cancer-causing chemicals, and I hope the FDA will not approve them for that important reason. If the FDA does approve the sale of these products, existing smoking bans should be amended to include these produc
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Aug 18, 2017 03:07
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[Asia-pacific, Singapore] 'Don't lose sight of most serious fake news items'

Professor George noted how tobacco firms' funding of research to cloud public awareness of the health risks of secondhand smoke had paid off. In Indonesia and China, only 60 to 70 per cent of people believe it can cause illness.
Straits Times (sg)
added Aug 18, 2017 01:00
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Menthol Cigarettes' Hidden Link To Black Americans

some argue the black population's attachment to the menthol variety and tobacco in general isn't a coincidence. "The truth is this is exploitation," said Ritney Castine, Truth Initiative director of community and youth engagement. Castine works for Trut
Newsy
added Aug 11, 2017 15:55
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What Are The Chances Of Your Vaporizer Exploding?

The answer: not entirely almost nonexistent, but pretty damn close. While the data compiled by FEMA is somewhat lacking, it’s important to note that media coverage on e-cig explosions aren’t immune to exaggeration. If you’re still apprehensive about the r
True Viral News (TVN)
added Aug 5, 2017 23:05
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Content analysis of U.S. news stories about e-cigarettes in 2015

Statements about e-cigarettes’ potential risks were frequently attributed to trusted sources such as physicians, and outnumbered claims about their health benefits. Such coverage may impact e-cigarette risk perceptions, use intentions and policy support.
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Aug 4, 2017 17:59
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[Africa, Asia] Isn't "Smoke-Free Future" by the tobacco industry, a shame?

These investigations very well prove that Philip Morris and other tobacco giants will stop at nothing to undermine global progress in reducing tobacco use and maximize their profits. These reports urge governments around the world to stand up to the tob
Asian Tribune
added Jul 22, 2017 21:10
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